Wednesday, September 20, 2017

#LIAM17


Life insurance doesn’t have to be expensive. In fact, it can cost less than eating out.
LifeHappens

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Materials available on the Life Happens website and within the Life Insurance Awareness Month (LIAM) campaign may not be compliance-approved. AAAE & Life Happens are not affiliated.

ACLI and NAIFA Fear New DOL Attacks on Commissions

ACLI and NAIFA Fear New DOL Attacks on Commissions
By Allison Bell

(ThinkAdvisor)

Preparing Your Client for Their Paramedical Exam

By Dina Mestel, Sales Trainer

There are several things that a client should do prior to taking their paramedical exam in order to get the best possible results. You can help your client achieve this and get a more accurate rating by sharing this information with them prior to their exam. What they do immediately before their exam has the potential to make a significant impact on the outcome. This may translate into a substantial monetary savings for your client in the long run and they will thank you for it!

Fundamentals of Retirement Planning (Infographic)

Fundamentals of Retirement Planning
American Equity



Facts, Fiction, & Forecast: The 2017 Insurance Barometer Study

By Matt Kaas, Life Marketing Consultant

Your clients’ expectations and attitudes towards life insurance are rapidly evolving, although it is clear consumers still lack an overall understanding of who should own life insurance, how to apply for life insurance, and the costs of life insurance. Collaboratively, LIMRA and Life Happens recently released the 2017 Insurance Barometer Study. Now in its seventh year, the Insurance Barometer Study, which surveyed 2,031 adults ages 18-75 in the U.S., tracks the financial concerns, perceptions, and behaviors of consumers, emphasizing life insurance.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

6 Reasons People Don’t Buy Life Insurance (and Why They’re Wrong)

6 Reasons People Don’t Buy Life Insurance (and Why They’re Wrong)
LifeHappens

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Materials available on the Life Happens website and within the Life Insurance Awareness Month (LIAM) campaign may not be compliance-approved. AAAE & Life Happens are not affiliated.

Costs of Informal Care

By AAAE

Many people think they will be covered by Medicare and Medicaid for long-term care expenses, or that they will be among the 30% who won’t experience a long-term care event. They believe their savings or family members will take care of them. However, Medicare will only cover a certain percentage of a care event, and the cost of care will eat away at a person’s savings [1] due to the increasing cost of care year after year.
 

What the majority of clients don’t think about is the informal care that occurs when they have a long-term care event.